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Top 4 Benefits of Pets in the Workplace

Are you trying to convince your place of work to go pet-friendly? A 2015 Society for Human Resource Management survey found 8 percent of American workplaces allow employees to bring their furry loved ones to work, up from 5 percent in 2013. (Source)

It may seem like having your pet around is just going to be fun and games, but with the right considerations, more and more companies may want to consider the benefits.

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Vaccination: Finding the Right Protocol for Your Pet

Over the past several years, veterinary professionals have paid a great deal of attention to pet vaccination protocols. With new vaccines and other developments, many veterinarians have updated their protocols as well. For example, some vaccines are now given every three years rather than annually. Of course, the vaccines given also depend on a particular pet’s risk and exposure.

We continually assess the need for the vaccines we recommend and tailor a vaccin e protocol around each pet’s individual lifestyle.

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5 Grooming Tips for New Cat Owners

You might think that since your cat spends approximately half their waking hours grooming themselves that they do not need your help but they do.

After all, while kitties are excellent at cleaning their exterior grooming, they could use your help with the interior. Plus, they can't trim their nails or teeth very easily on their own. 

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Why Do Dogs Eat Grass?

Have you ever wondered why your dog eats grass like it’s a delicacy? It is a little perplexing really, your dog goes outside and gulps the curd down maybe only to throw it up later. 

You may have heard that dogs eat grass to stimulate vomiting when they have an upset tummy. That is probably true with some dogs though it is not the majority. Others do it because they are bored...or even… because they like the taste.

It turns out there is a technical term for eating grass and other things that are not food. It’s called “Pica.”

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Catnip and Your Cat - What it Is, What it Does, and Why It Doesn’t Affect All Cats

If you are like most cat owners, you have probably bought your cat one of those catnip stuffed mice from the pet store. Maybe your cat rolled around with it in ecstasy and then proceeded to dissect it. Or, maybe your cat gave it sniff and walked on by, tailing swishing in the air without a care.

Perplexing is not it? Turns out either reaction is common and you will see why in a moment, but first, let us look at the herb itself.

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The Truth About Anesthesia-Free Dental Cleanings

If you have looked into having your dog or cat’s teeth cleaned, you probably have stumbled upon anesthesia-free pet dental cleanings. This simply means that your pet will not go under general anesthesia in order to have their teeth cleaned. At first glance, it seems less risky and less expensive, so why not?

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The Secret to Great Dog Dental Care

If you are like a lot of dog lovers, you recognize the importance of a healthy mouth for your dog, but you might be a little confused. How often should you brush your dog’s teeth yourself vs. taking Fido to the veterinarian for professional teeth cleaning? Are there long-term health implications if you DO NOT get your pup’s teeth cleaned regularly? Are there signs of dental problems you can look for in your dog's mouth? Great questions, all!

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